It smells the blood of a Englishman Ford King Ranch Super Duty. Within the past few months, GM has had a steady stream of pickup truck announcements, including the unveiling of its all-new HD 2500 and 3500 models as well as its all-powerful new 6.6L Duramax diesel engine. The latest from The General’s truck land is that the Sierra Denali will come in all three full-sized packages by 2011 (1500, 2500, and 3500). The GMC Sierra Denali 3500 HD will feature all of the capabilities and dually set up of the standard GMC and Chevy models along with all the premium fixins that the Denali line is known for.
The dressed-up giant will be powered by the best-in-class Duramax V8 diesel with SCR good for 397hp, 765 lb-ft. of torque just behind the Denali-exclusive chrome-bar grille. The hailed Allison 1000 transmission will carry all that power to the ground. The interior will feature premium wood trimming on the center console and the steering wheel, heated/cooled leather seats (as is the steering wheel), a Denali jewel on the helm, and brushed aluminum Denali door sill panels. Bose will provide the sound and the pedals are adjustable. If the Sierra Denali wasn’t power/luxury combination enough to pull the yacht or get enough attention, this should do the trick.
Though the price hasn’t been announced yet, we’d like to wager that it will come in somewhere in the ballpark of $50,000. The meek need not apply.[Source: Pickuptrucks.com | Also, thanks to PickupTrucks.com for the idea of the above graphic]